Calendar of Events
Each month, we present a program of interest to our members and their guests. This page contains a list of upcoming programs including the speaker, topic, and sponsor(s). For more information about any program or to suggest a topic that might be of interest to our members, please contact Michael Oppedahl at 828-3918. Each attendee must RSVP online at least one week prior to the next scheduled meeting.
Sponsorship Information: One or two sponsors provide lunch for approximately 60 people and are allowed 10 minutes to talk about their agency / business (5 minutes each if there are two sponsors). If you are interested in being a lunch sponsor, please contact our Speakers Committee via email at . If you have signed up to be a sponsor, please click here to pay for your sponsorship online.
Speaker Information: One or more speakers present "generic" information about a topic for approximately 45 minutes. Speakers do not promote their own services or products.
NOTE: Luncheon meetings are open to members only. If you would like to attend as a guest please call any board member or e-mail .
Are you curious about past meeting topics and speakers? Click here to visit our event archive.
David Mascarenas, an Amerivets Advocate, helps wartime veterans and their surviving spouses that are transitioning into Long Term Care environments, whether Home Healthcare, Assisted Living, Memory Care or Skilled Nursing Care.
Serving Those Who Served Us by Seeking Forgotten Income or Forgotten People
Klarus Home Care and Albuquerque Legal & Fiduciary
March 26, 2015
Twice a year, NMACC offers members and guests the opportunity to connect one-on-one. According to our mission: “NMACC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the concept that continuity of care is an essential component of the health care delivery system.” Continuity of care may not depend on interpersonal connections with others in our field, but it can certainly be enhanced and even enriched by those relationships. That’s why we place such importance and have the resulting robust turnout at these particular meetings. Ultimately, it’s what you know and who you know.